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28 May 2015 - 10:39 am

9-Cyber Power Fang Trinity 200

The new modular design of the Fang Trinity 200(Image by PCWorld)

Being the first of its kind, Cyber Power's Fang Trinity 200 has a modular design with each modular pod containing the key elements of the computer. The computer comes as three modules which are covered with a tight casing which can be slid out to expose the interiors. One module contains the Power Supply Unit (500 Watt) and the storage drives, another contains the motherboard, CPU and the last one consists of the Optical drive, three SSDs and the graphics unit.

  • Motherboard and Processor: The Fang Trinity comes with an Intel® Core™ i5-4690K 3.5 GHz 6MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1150 (All Venom OC Certified) processor mounted on a GIGABYTE GA-Z97N-WIFI Mini-ITX w/ 802.11ac WiFi + BT 4.0, Dual GbLAN, 1 PCIe x16, 4x SATA 6Gb/s (Pro OC Certified) motherboard.
  • Storage: The system can hold five SSDs and One 3.5inch HDD.But the standard one comes with 256GB SANDISK SSD + 2TB SATA III Hard Drive Combo (Combo Drive)
  • Graphics: An NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 4GB GDDR5 PCIe 3.0 x16 (Maxwell) (Single Card) was used in this computer.
  • Cooling: Despite the modular design, the processor has a liquid cooling system fitted in the pod still maintaining its compact nature. Though, this adds up to the weight of the device.
  • Price: With the price of the chassis starting at $349, the completely assembled piece with the above mentioned specs comes down to $1369.

8-Doghouse Armor TL                                                                                                            

Custom paint job on the Doghouse Armor TL

This factory overclocked computer comes with a Corsair 600T white edition chassis.

  • Motherboard and Processor: The system consists of 4th   Generation (Haswell) Intel Core i7-4790k Quad Core processor mounted on an ASUS Republic of Gamers Maximus VII Hero, ATX, LGA1150 socket with dual PCIe 3.0 GPU support, Dual channel memory, 8 x SATA3 desktop board.
  • Cooling: The system is cooled with Corsair Hydro series liquid cooling system.
  • The side panel is perforated and you can see through the gaps. The insides can be lighted up with blue LEDs to once again give your computer and ambient look.
  • RAM: The system comes with 8GB DDR3 Memory running in Dual-Channel configuration. This can be expanded to up to 32 GB with a Quad-Channel configuration.
  • Storage: The basic model comes with 1TB Western Digital Caviar Black SATA Drive but a total of 4 storage units are available. These can be fitted with both SSDs and HDDs.  
  • Graphics: The choice of video cards is restricted to GTX 970s and GTX 980s in either single or dual configuration.
  • Price: The default rig comes for $2595 but it can be customized as per your requirements. 

Doghouse provides the customer with options for the custom artwork on the sides of the chassis. This is the best gaming PC for a gamer who wants to be able to show off but at the same time not compromise on any performance parameters.

7-Asus G70AB

Tytan G70AB Promo Video                                                                                                                

This is for all the Star Trek and Star Wars and Transformers fan's out there. If you ever wanted your normal looking computer to turn into a beast by just clicking a button, then this is the right machine for you.

  • Processor: This Warship comes with an Intel z87 chipset with 4th generation i5 or i7 processor. The turbo button allows the already overclocked (3.7GHz) speed to two stable levels of over-clocking, one at 3.9GHz and the other at 4.1GHz.
  • Graphics: This beast comes with an NVidia GeForce GTX 780 with 3GB DDR5 RAM which can support up to 4 displays.
  • Storage: The storage can be expanded up to 15TB on HDDs and 256GB SSD can be installed as well.
  • RAM: The G70AB comes with 16GB DDR3 RAM. But this can be expanded to 32GB in a Quad-Channel configuration.
  • Another salient feature is the wireless charging this computer offers to phones which are placed on top of it without the need of any connection. Just place it on top of the computer and see your phone charge up.
  • This computer comes with a custom made keyboard and mouse.
  • Price: Combined with the looks of a Warship and the performance of one of the best gaming PCs, this computer offers the complete package starting at $3970 and it can be paired with a 27 inch monitor and the total adds up to $4,419. 

The warship design in the overclocked mode of Tytan G70AB 

6-Alienware Area-51

Alienware Area-51 Promo Video                                                                             

Alienware's new Triad design took gamers all over the world by surprise. This extreme machine has another out of the world design and everyone who owns one of these machines has the right to brag about it whenever he talks.

  • Processor: The Area 51 comes with the 6-Core Intel i7-5820k (3.8GHz overclocking) and 5930k (3.9GHz overclocking) processors and also with an 8-core Intel 5960k Processor (4GHz overclocking).
  • RAM: The system is equipped with 32GB Quad-channel DDR4 Memory (It has always been DDR3 in the above list and DDR4 clearly has an edge over DD3 but discussing that would make for a whole other article).
  • Graphics: The Area 51 can be equipped with up to 4 video cards , AMD Radeon R9370 with 4GB GDDR5 being the basic graphic card that it comes with. The factory models come with only up to tri-channel configuration, highest being the triple NVidia GTX 980 12GB total GDDR5 NVidia SLI enabled.

The chassis is also ergonomically designed for easy lifting and attachment and removal of other peripherals to the ports due to the triad design.

The Area 51 starts of at $1699 and the price goes up with the up gradation of the graphics and storage. The most expensive model comes for around $4,499.


The all new Triad design of the Alienware Area-51 

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    legr96 4 years 1 month ago

    Since I live in Venezuela, and the minimun salary here is 63$ I would be able to buy an Alienware area 51 in about 6 years without spending not even a penny of my mothly wages.